• Stockholm Business School Student Association, Föreningen Ekonomerna (link to website)
    The association is represented by students in several decision-making bodies like the Stockholm Business School board, the undergraduate board and the faculty board. The association consists of a number of committees, mästerier and projects which together form the operational activities. Its Education Committee works to further advance student influence at the School and to ensure that the education is of highest quality. The International Committee looks after exchange students and organises the Senior Buddy Program.
  • The Marketing Academy Student Association (link to website)
    The Marketing Academy Student Association states: "We have a strictly practical approach. A limited number of highly ambitious graduate students have the possibility to attend the Marketing Academy each semester. The Marketing Academy Student Association is a one-year experience and the basic idea is to encourage critical thinking and creative problem solving to gain deeper and wider knowledge of how marketing works in practice. The Marketing Academy induces creative and innovative marketers."

  • AIESEC –International student association at Stockholm University (link to website)
    Stockholm Business School has a collaboration agreement with AIESEC, which is one of the student unions at the University.  AIESEC was established in 1948 and has since grown to become the biggest student organisation in the world and is currently represented in 107 countries. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to participate in international internships, experience leadership and participate in a global learning environment.